Rachel Corbett is an Australian radio presenter and journalist, she also co-hosted the Paul and Rach Podcast.
Carrie Bickmore is one of the most well-known faces on Australian television. As the host of The Project she’s been delivering the news differently for ten years, she’s also host of Carrie & Tommy on the Hit Network and a mum of three kids.And this year she was awarded an Order of Australia medal for her contribution to media and brain cancer research through her charity, Carrie’s Beanies for Brain Cancer.So, basically she’s a bloody legend.In this episode of You’ve Gotta Start Somewhere Carrie Bickmore talks about how a wise career counsellor got her to choose journalism over ballet, how a Stephen Bradbury moment saw her hitting the airwaves for the first time, why her first night on Rove Live was one of the most terrifying of her career and how she ended up hosting one of the most well-known shows on Australian television.Episode show notes: http://rachelcorbett.com.au/ygss/carrie-bickmoreAbout the host...My name is Rachel Corbett and I've spent almost two decades working in media professionally, creating and hosting radio shows and podcasts for Australia’s largest media organisations. I’m also a regular on Channel 10’s The Project and have worked as a TV host and panelist on shows including Q&A, The Roast, The Today Show, Studio 10, Hughesy We Have A Problem and Have You Been Paying Attention.I'm currently Head of Podcasts at Mamamia and I host a number of other shows including Lady Startup, Before The Bump, Paul & Rach, PodSchool and Sealed Section.I also founded the online podcasting course, Podschool.com.au, to help budding podcasters create a kick-arse show.Contact...Twitter: @RachelCorbettFacebook: @RachCorbettInstagram: @_RachelCorbettWebsite: www.rachelcorbett.com
Derryn Hinch is an Australian journalist whose career has spanned almost six decades.He’s recently made a return to the small screen as the host of Hinch on Sky News Australia after spending three years as a Senator in Canberra as leader of Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party.Derryn started his career as a journalist at the Taranaki Herald in New Zealand when he was 15 and hasn’t stopped working since (apart from a couple of stints in prison after being convicted of contempt of court).In this episode he talks about reporting on some of the biggest events of the 20th Century, why he lied about his age for the first part of his career, why going to prison appealed to the journalist in him and the pain of having a show you love cancelled.Derryn’s story is a fascinating tale of guts, talent, resilience all mixed with a bit of being in the right place at the right time. After listening to this you’ll know exactly why he’s still on our screens all these decades later.Episode show notes: http://rachelcorbett.com.au/ygss/derryn-hinchAbout the host...My name is Rachel Corbett and I've spent almost two decades working in media professionally, creating and hosting radio shows and podcasts for Australia’s largest media organisations. I’m also a regular on Channel 10’s The Project and have worked as a TV host and panelist on shows including Q&A, The Roast, The Today Show, Studio 10, Hughesy We Have A Problem and Have You Been Paying Attention.I'm currently Head of Podcasts at Mamamia and I host a number of other shows including Lady Startup, Before The Bump, Paul & Rach, PodSchool and Sealed Section.I also founded the online podcasting course, Podschool.com.au, to help budding podcasters create a kick-arse show.Contact...Twitter: @RachelCorbettFacebook: @RachCorbettInstagram: @_RachelCorbettWebsite: www.rachelcorbett.com
Dr Chris Brown is a veterinarian, television presenter and half the Australian female population's hall pass.He started out as a guest host on the super popular Harry's Practice after being discovered trying to pick up a girl in a pub. True story. He was attempting to impress her with tales of the life of a vet and a TV executive just happened to overhear him. The rest, as they say, is history.Harry's Practice was cancelled not long after Chris' appearance and he's not so sure it was a coincidence. But he must have done something right because he's gone on to become one of Australia's busiest and most loved media personalities.Dr Chris Brown hosts a list of shows as long as your arm including Bondi Vet, The Living Room, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here, Chris & Julia's Sunday Night Takeaway and Vet Gone Wild.In this episode of You've Gotta Start Somewhere, Chris Brown he reveals why a six-foot-five bloke should never attempt the worm, why he's uncomfortable with fame, the joy of having a career to fall back on when you work in an industry as precarious as media and the time he made a fool of himself in front of the late, great Nelson Mandela. It's worth a listen for that story alone.Episode show notes: https://rachelcorbett.com.au/ygss/dr-chris-brown/About the host...My name is Rachel Corbett and I've spent almost two decades working in media professionally, creating and hosting radio shows and podcasts for Australia’s largest media organisations. I’m also a regular on Channel 10’s The Project and have worked as a TV host and panelist on shows including Q&A, The Roast, The Today Show, Studio 10, Hughesy We Have A Problem and Have You Been Paying Attention.I'm currently Head of Podcasts at Mamamia and I host a number of other shows including Lady Startup, Before The Bump, Paul & Rach, PodSchool and Sealed Section.I also founded the online podcasting course, Podschool.com.au, to help budding podcasters create a kick-arse show.Contact...Twitter: @RachelCorbettFacebook: @RachCorbettInstagram: @_RachelCorbettWebsite: www.rachelcorbett.com
Tim Ross (aka Rosso) is an Australian comedian, radio host, design enthusiast and television presenter.Rosso is best known for his work as part of the comedy duo Merrick and Rosso with fellow comedian, Merrick Watts.Their partnership began after Merrick saw Rosso play in his comedy band Black Rose and fell in love with his moon boots. They struck up a friendship and the rest, as they say, is history.Together Merrick and Rosso created their own unique style of comedy gig that was more like a band gig than the traditional ‘man and the mic’ stand up shows that were popular at the time.After the amazing success of their live shows they were approached to host Triple J breakfast and were then poached to be the launch breakfast show for new Sydney radio station, NOVA.Since parting ways Rosso has continued to work as a stand-up mixing his love of design with comedy in his Man About The House tours. He’s also a published author and host of the award-winning ABC TV series, Streets of Your Town.In this episode Rosso talks about how being in a band impacted the live Merrick and Rosso shows, the first time he saw his future comedy partner, Merrick Watts, perform, why Streets of Your Town is the project he’s most proud of and how he feels he’s changed.Episode show notes: https://rachelcorbett.com.au/ygss/rosso/About the host...My name is Rachel Corbett and I've spent almost two decades working in media professionally, creating and hosting radio shows and podcasts for Australia’s largest media organisations. I’m also a regular on Channel 10’s The Project and have worked as a TV host and panelist on shows including Q&A, The Roast, The Today Show, Studio 10, Hughesy We Have A Problem and Have You Been Paying Attention.I'm currently Head of Podcasts at Mamamia and I host a number of other shows including Lady Startup, Before The Bump, Paul & Rach, PodSchool and Sealed Section.I also founded the online podcasting course, Podschool.com.au, to help budding podcasters create a kick-arse show.Contact...Twitter: @RachelCorbettFacebook: @RachCorbettInstagram: @_RachelCorbettWebsite: www.rachelcorbett.com
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Mar 11th, 1981
Location
Sydney NSW, Australia
Episode Count
145
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
3 days, 21 hours